September 2013

Episode 226

posted on Sep 30, 2013 | Comments (1)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 226

In this episode:

  • Bill Nye the Science Guy on Dancing with the Stars,
  • blind people carrying guns in public in Iowa,
  • Richard Simmons now,
  • combat juggling,
  • Dr. Phil’s $65,000 reverse-aging CVAC egg pod,
  • Rob almost struck by lightning,
  • Seaside Heights, NJ, boardwalk fire,
  • David Bowie, Elvis Costello, and Eric Clapton were racists?,
  • Sketchy “It doesn’t get better” bully parody starring Scut Farkus, Donkey Lips, and John Kreese,
  • Rob’s new TV show idea: Bait House,
  • Tami Erin makes a sex tape,
  • our review of Google Glass,
  • the Tiger R-Zone,
  • the October 2013 New York Comic Con guest lineup,
  • ridiculous prices for an autograph and/or photo with Sylvester Stallone,
  • and the fall 2013 Chiller Theatre guest lineup.

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Episode 225

posted on Sep 16, 2013 | Comments (1)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 225

In this episode:

  • Nintendo sends a cease and desist letter to AtariAge for Princess Rescue,
  • methods for physically producing homebrew video games,
  • is Nintendo in dire straights?,
  • the Nintendo 2DS,
  • our review of the Ouya game console,
  • using Ouya to play arcade games via MAME,
  • the good and bad of Netflix streaming,
  • lousy indie films,
  • our review of Your Sister’s Sister (2012) starring Mark Duplass and Emily Blunt,
  • our review of Price Check (2012) starring indie queen Parker Posey,
  • our review of The Vicious Kind (2009) starring Adam Scott,
  • our review of Oblivion (2013) starring Tom Cruise and Morgan Freeman,
  • Did Mr. Wizard debunk that sea level rises due to global warming? (video),
  • Dr. Kiki of This Week in Science explains that no he did NOT! (video),
  • our review of Riddick (2013), starring Vin Diesel and Katee Sackhoff,
  • upcoming Robocop (2014) film, featuring Michael Keaton,
  • Ben Affleck hired as Batman for the foreseeable future,
  • celebrity death (boxer Tommy Morrison),
  • and a corny news report about Nintendo from the early 1990s.

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Episode 224

posted on Sep 2, 2013 | Comments (1)

The Paunch Stevenson Show episode 224

Special guest Frank Nora from The Overnightscape on a record-breaking marathon episode!

In this episode:

  • newest mammal is the Olinguito,
  • podfading,
  • The Overnightscape, The Rampler, The Frank Nora Show,
  • the Talkboy voice recorder from Home Alone 2,
  • cassette-based telephone answering machines,
  • our useless first computer systems,
  • early world wide web and email stunk,
  • Napster, mp3.com, and the Schwarzenegger prank calls,
  • Fuzzy Daupner, Guitari, and Cowboy Krueger,
  • overbearing elementary school principal and her prison-like rules,
  • demolition soccer and the fake stock market brawl,
  • freezing a car’s windshield and doors as a prank,
  • PAPA TV pinball tournament Kickstarter,
  • crazy podcaster parties from years ago,
  • future of podcasting is Google Glass?,
  • Oculus Rift conspiracy?,
  • return of Fruit Brute and Yummy Mummy cereals (news),
  • corporate raiders and Hostess Twinkies,
  • Drake’s Cakes, Entenmann’s, Krispy Kreme,
  • doughnuts made with human hair,
  • bread company chain cafes (Panera, Corner, Atlanta Bread),
  • parking problems,
  • Rowe-Manse Emporium in Clifton, NJ,
  • Bankrupt by Beanies movie,
  • the Atari landfill, E.T., and Pac-Man debates,
  • the magic of early video games,
  • collecting hobbies and the craziness involved,
  • celebrity deaths (Karen Black, Eileen Brennan),
  • review of Clear History (2013) with Larry David and Kate Hudson,
  • Woody Allen,
  • how come musical geniuses are so dumb?,
  • was classic rock killed off by technology, bean counters, aliens, or Moby?,
  • Later… with Jools Holland on Palladia HD,
  • how we discover good new music now,
  • Frank’s music for night driving in VR,
  • freemusicarchive.org,
  • and Cowboy Krueger songs by Guitari.

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